When you’re in Europe, you’ll find that there are many cathedrals named as Notre Dame. The photos below are what you inside the Notre Dame Cathedral in Luxembourg. There’s nothing special here, compared to other cathedrals and basilicas across the continent. Its architecture can be described as late Gothic and some features of Baroque.
What to see Inside. Aside from its high arched ceilings, look up and delight in the frescoes that are well-preserved. Their colours are still apparent despite centuries passed. Also, go down below the church and marvel at the exquisite crypt of the Grand-Ducal family. It’s kinda creepy but you’ll get over it. 😉 Don’t forget to stare at the fabulous stained glass windows, too.
A very detailed column near the entrance door.
The Cathedral with a red heart hanging in the middle.
The Gothic arches with stunning frescoes on both sides.
The frescoes on the roof.
The incredible stained glass windows.
Grand-Ducal Family crypt.
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